Agritech startup Brio Hydroponics has introduced India’s first three-layer, retractable, patented rain protection technology net house in collaboration with PIC-Plast, Israel, in an attempt to address the climatic challenge of the Indian farming sector.
Agritech major Brio Hydroponics aims to address the challenges of traditional farming. Its Patented Rain Protection Technology not only protects the farms from the rage of harsh weather but also helps in the conservation of water through rain harvesting systems while ensuring a consistent supply of water to the farms throughout the year.
As the exclusive partner of PIC-Plast in India, Brio Hydroponics will offer solutions that foster a nurturing environment for protected farming, built for climate resilience. The Solarig Net House Kit, patented technology of Pic-Plast, is best suited for net houses and hydroponic farms in the tropical climate typically experienced in India. Farmers will benefit from these retractable rain protection technology net houses as they are ideal for unpredictable climatic conditions; they protect farms from hail, sun, rain, and frost, support rainwater harvesting and enable the production of high-quality yields throughout the year.